This Kurdish-Iranian asylum seeker received Australia’s high literary prize for a e-book…

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This Kurdish-Iranian asylum seeker received Australia’s high literary prize for a e-book he wrote through textual content message inside a refugee camp in Papua New Guinea. Behrouz Boochani couldn’t attend Thursday’s ceremony the place he nabbed the Victorian Prize for Literature and the Non-Fiction Prize, which in complete netted him about $90,000. The award committee described his e-book, “No Buddies However the Mountains: Writing from Manus Jail,” as a “voice of witness, an act of survival. A lyric first-hand account. A cry of resistance. A vivid portrait by 5 years of incarceration and exile.” (?: Behrouz Boochani)

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